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'Ingentia Prima': the first giant dinosaur of more than 200 million years ago discovered

'Ingentia Prima': the first giant dinosaur of more than 200 million years ago discovered

Researchers have presented in Argentina the Ingentia Prima, the first giant dinosaur that inhabited the planet more than 200 million years ago, found in the Balde de Layes site, southeast of the province of San Juan, this dinosaur is three times larger than the largest Triassic dinosaurs known to date.

560,000-year-old human fossil found in France

560,000-year-old human fossil found in France

A 16-year-old French volunteer has been the author of the discovery of the tooth of a 560,000-year-old adult in an excavation in the south-west of France. found during excavations. We know it must be about 550 years old.

History of Scottish International Matches

History of Scottish International Matches

Read the essential details about the history of Scottish International Matches. Charles W. Alcock, the secretary of the FA, arranged the first international football game to be played on the 30th November, 1872. Alcock took a team of English born players to play against a team from Scotland.

Hellenistic sarcophagus unearthed in Turkey

Hellenistic sarcophagus unearthed in Turkey

A 2,200-year-old Hellenistic sarcophagus has been found in the Gemelik district of Turkey, northwest of Bursa province during a routine construction excavation. It contained bones, a gold crown, and vases.A builder was excavating the foundations for a building in Gemelik when they found the sarcophagus.

History of the Earth: the supercontinent Pannotia

History of the Earth: the supercontinent Pannotia

The supercontinent Pannotia probably existed between 650 and 500 million years ago, which is also known as the Vendian Supercontinent or Great Gondwana, formed after the breakup of the supercontinent Rodinia, its predecessor. Formation of the supercontinent Pannotia Pannotia formed when Laurentia was located adjacent to the two main South American continents: Amazonia and Río de la Plata, once the supercontinent Rodinia was broken up.

321st B.G. Headlines - Title Page

321st B.G. Headlines - Title Page

321st B.G. Headlines - Title Page Here we see the title page of the 321st Bombardment Group& 39;s post-war & 39;Headlines& 39; pamphlet, with the group& 39;s crest and motto (Perseverance, Vision and Duty) and the almost exactly two-year span covered, from 15 March 1943 to 15 March 1945.This document comes from a pamphlet produced by the 321st Bombardment Group after the war, which told the story of the group& 39;s activities from 15 March 1943-15 March 1945 in the form of a newspaper.